|Vaccine||Age||No. of Doses for Primary Course||Minimum Dose Intervals||When to boost? (Length of protection in years)||Notes||Price Per Dose|
|Cholera||2+||2 (6 years+) & 3 (2-6 years of age)||At least 1 week but less than 6 weeks between doses||2 (for 6 years +) and 6 months (for 2-6 years of age)||Only comes as an oral vaccine||£30|
|Chickenpox (varicella)||9 months+||2||9 to 12 months of age: minimum 3 months between the 1st & 2nd dose. 12 months of age & over: minimum 6 weeks between the 1st & 2nd dose||n/a||If chickenpox & MMR vaccines are not administered on the same day, then a 1 month minimum interval period should be observed.||£70|
|Diphtheria, Tetanus & Polio||6+||1||10||£32|
|Hepatitis A||16+||1||1 after 1st dose & 25 after 2nd dose||Booster dose can be given 6 to 18 months after the first dose||£48|
|Hepatitis A Paediatric||1-17||1||1 after 1st dose & 25 after 2nd dose||Booster dose can be given 6 to 18 months after the first dose||£44|
|Hepatitis B||16+||3||If time: 0,1,2 months. Accelerated: 0, 7, 21 days & 12 months.||5||£40|
|Hepatitis B Paediatric||0-15||3||0, 1, 2 months||1||£35|
|Human papillomavirus (HPV)||Men & Women 9 years+||9-13 years: 2-dose & 14 & over: 3-dose||2-dose: 0, 6 months; 3-dose: 0, 2, 6 months||n/a||9-26 years of age: £165 - 27 years of age & Over: £135|
|Influenza (injection)||6 months+||1||1||£15|
|Japanese encephalitis||2 months+||2||7 days for age: 18-65 & 28 days for age: 2 months-17 years||1-2||£95|
|Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)||1+||2||1 month||n/a||There is now overwhelming evidence that MMR does not cause autism.||£37|
|MenB (meningitis B)||2 months+||Age 2-23 months: 3-dose. Age 2 years +: 2-dose||2 months||n/a||Those born before 1 May 2015, have not had these vaccine as part of routine NHS vaccinations.||£115|
|MenACWY (meningitis ACWY)||6 weeks+||Age 2-12 months: 3-dose. Age 1 year +: 1-dose||n/a||Since 2009, there has been a year-on-year increase in the number of cases of meningococcal W (MenW) infection in the UK.||£60|
|Pneumococcal (PPV23)||2+||1||n/a||Protect against infections of the lungs (especially pneumonia) and of the coverings over the brain and spinal cord (meningitis) and in the blood (bacteraemia or septicaemia). PPV23 protects against 23 types of pneumococcal bacteria.||£50|
|Pneumococcal (PCV13)||6 weeks+||18 years +: 1 dose. Children: 1-4 based on the age||n/a||Help to prevent disease such as: pneumonia, sepsis or bacteraemia (bacteria in the blood stream) and meningitis, caused by 13 types of the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae.||£100|
|Rabies||Birth onwards||3||0, 7, 21 days||10||There is no treatment for rabies once there are symptoms of the infection present and in these cases the infection is always fatal. Prevention of the development of symptoms of infection and death depends on vaccination either before any possible contact with the virus or as soon as possible after contact with the virus, even if only suspected.||£65|
|Tick-borne encephalitis||16+||3||0, 1, 6 months||1st booster: 3 years after the third dose. Sequential booster doses: 5 years after the last booster||In individuals over 60 years of age the booster intervals should not exceed 3 years.||£62|
|Tick-borne encephalitis (Junior)||1-15||3||0, 1, 6 months||Same as the above||£58|
|Tuberculosis (BCG)||Birth onwards||1||£80|
|Tuberculin skin test||1||The Mantoux test is used as a screening test for tuberculosis infection or disease and as an aid to diagnosis.||£80|
|Typhoid + Hepatitis A (combined injection)||15+||1||See individual vaccines||£90|
|Yellow fever||9 months+||£60|
|Yellow fever certificate||Replacemen or Exemption of International Certificate of Vaccination||£24|
|Antimalarials||Price per tablet||Usual number of tablets required|
|Proguanil 100mg / Atovaquone 250mg tablets||Malarone: £3.50 - Generic: £3.00||No. of days in malarious area + 8|
|Proguanil 25mg / Atovaquone 62.5mg tablets||Malarone Paediatric: £1.60 - Generic: £1.20||No. of days in malarious area + 8|
|Doxycycline 100mg capsules||£0.50||No. of days in malarious area + 29|
|Mefloquine 250mg tablets (Lariam)||£4.80||No. of weeks in malarious area + 6|
|Chloroquine phosphate 250mg tablets (Avloclor)||£1.30||No. of weeks in malarious area + 5|
|Chloroquine phosphate 250mg tablets and Proguanil 100mg tablets (Paludrine/Avloclor tablets anti-malarial travel pack)||£30 per pack||1 pack: 2 weeks in malarious area|
|Other travel related treatments||Price||Notes|
|Antibiotics for treatment of Travellers' Diarrhoea. NOTE - Standby antibiotics are considered for remote areas or people at high-risk of severe illness with travellers’ diarrhoea.||£35||Ciprofloxacin, Azithromycin or Rifaximin - It is very important to use antibiotics in the right way: See “The Antibiotic Awareness Campaign” on www.nhs.uk|
|Acetazolamide 250mg tablets (Diamox) for altitude illness||£35||Used for prevention of acute mountain sickness (AMS), high-altitude cerebral edema (HACE) & treatment of AMS|
We do not charge any consultation fees, however should you attend an appointment and not require any vaccines, a £20 consultation fee shall apply.
Prices are subject to change without prior notification.
Stocks of particular vaccines may not always be available.
Refunds Policy: We cannot offer refunds or accept returns on healthcare items supplied by the clinic. Your statutory rights are unaffected.
Vaccinations are only undertaken following a full consultation with the pharmacist, including details of travel plans, locations to be visited within countries and your medical history.
Before departure, all travellers should ensure that they are up to date with the routine NHS (or equivalent) vaccinations.
Children aged up to 15 years must have a parent/guardian present and able to complete the consultation on their behalf.